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  1. OEM pink wire is pull up resistored 5v same as diagram in Adams link , the diagram differs from OEM in the N circuit , its not supplied from the resistored wire, but from the N light and start solenoid N wire would read 12v, its coming from the gauge light and start solenoid good diagram here https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwiTuP7qoLbhAhXUR30KHShfANYQjRx6BAgBEAU&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.hayabusa.org%2Fforum%2Fthreads%2Fhow-does-the-gear-sensor-work.101674%2F&psig=AOvVaw0kq8sY_fHJc9DY01ReCZeB&ust=1554461055687227
  2. Yep works fine on my busa After the first few uses i changed my voltages slightly v tolerance .40 1 1.5 N 0.3 2 2.0 3 2.74 4 3.40 5 4.2 6 4.6 Indicated gear and boost control by gear was very stable after doing this , if your gsxr is an earlier model ,( like pre 08 i think) be better changing to the the later GPS, it has better brass connections than the earlier which uses the spring loaded pins in the shift drum
  3. Fuel Main Injection mode off ?
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    phil till

    Map sensor is one of the choices on any analog input on any of the ecu range , its not specific . Although not listed in the form above , some of the ecu's do have an onboard Map sensor , in the likes of the Monsoon, that lists 4 AN inputs its actually a 5th As far as knock is concerned, if your motor has moderate compression ratio for the fuel your using and a large window of ign advance before you induce knock and you will see power drop off from over advance well before you get the knock,
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    v88 to G4+ Upgrade

    Pretty much what i have just done on my bike, put a Fury in so i could get CAN from CAN2 and took advantage of the onboard lambda small changes in pinout and setup for the differences between the 2 loaded the modified V88 PCL and saved it again as g4+ Edit , Fury will not have enough injector and ign outputs for full sequential for more than 6 cyl
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    Map sensor

    Check my similar question on a fury from a few days ago , my baro was set to marine and not standard , correcting this fixed the problem
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    Hayabusa turbo

    I have set the tolerance at 0.30v that may change when i get to the salt next week gear 1 1.82v N 0.30v 2 2.40 3 3.10 4 3.74 5 4.38 6 4.70 AdamW if i use a tolerance greater than the span between gears does that cause problems, ? say if i set it to .5v and the 5-6 variance is .32v ?
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    Hayabusa turbo

    Link didn't transfer quite as i expected, but click on the heading Use Adams diagram, i will reply with my voltages later in the day, Adams are very close
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    Hayabusa turbo

    Jani was that with a gen 1 or gen 2 Busa , the gen 2 have a better GPS unit that uses an internal brass contact like an ignition switch rather than the gen 1 spring loaded pins on the shift drum that gave a less reliable voltage and also were they using the original ecu ? which i think did not always work well with other devises reading the voltage , I only finished wiring in my GPS on the weekend with the pull up resistor AdamW mentioned on another thread and the voltages seem stable so far although i am about to add an analog dash wire to the GPS AN out and that may have an effect
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    BAP calibration Fury

    Thanks Adam, thought it would be something simple i missed Yep that was it , somehow my V88 was set that way and i transferred the setting
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    BAP calibration Fury

    Busa fury mechanical methanol.pclr Now with 4 bar sensor
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    BAP calibration Fury

    Hi Finalising a Fury conversion from a V88 and having trouble with MAP calibration, The Furys BAP reads 1.3 psi (13.6 psi at 200m alt) lower than my 3 bar sensors (1 GM and 2 other brand all read 14.9 ), and also different to my monsoon BAP (14.6psi ) and V88 (100.2 KPA) i have 2 Fury's and both read the same , and will not allow me to calibrate the MAP
  13. Another thing to consider if your using the Can (as i found out the hard way ) is the data rate for communication , its not often listed in the specs but critical if your using more than 1 devise AEM X series is 500kb Link CAN Lambda is 1000 I have a mounted but unused AEM if you need one
  14. Group/staged setup like Simon suggests works good, you can bring secondary injectors in where you want and as gradual as you need , and adjust for different size and dead time way better than any secondary controller is going to do
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    Link display

    Thought as much, perfect for the salt bike though
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